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from tampa pay's number one news station, this is"good day tampa bay.". the search for a body closes a popular pasco county park. where it is all happening coming up. a thanksgiving play ends with a little boy some people calling for a teacher's resignation. the story behind this video. >> alcides: good morning and welcome to "good day tampa bay." the time is 8:00. i am alcides segui. thank you so much for joining us. >> sorboni: hi, everyone, i am sorboni banerjee. we want to get started off the top with lindsay. we are waking up to cooler temperatures, but a nice day once we hit the middle. >> lindsay: the afternoon will
the warm spots down 10 degrees. cold front on deck tonight. we are clear, dry. don't expect any rain out of this front. a lot of us would like rain in some of our yards. 57 in river view. hazy and any fog around has lifted we are starting to warm up a bit. 57 this hour a jump from last hour at 2 degrees. 64 right now here in tampa. we made it out of the 40s brooksville and crystal river. 50 in crystal river. 58 in wauchula. 63 in st. pete. here where is the clouds, where is the rain. not much out of that ahead of the front. behind is plenty of cooler temperatures to enjoy for two days. today, though, check out the dry air. as this pushes through, couple of clouds early this evening. once the sun sets, winds w wicking up. and cooler air settling in tomorrow morning. today, none of that arrives until after the daylight hours. enjoy beach day, pool day. noon, 77. we climb to 79 this afternoon.
first taste of a couple cool nights. chilly in brooksville. 42 tomorrow morning. we will talk 30s for some. monday morning coming up. developing this morning, a pasco county park remains closed as deputies recontinue to search for a body. >> sorboni: after the sheriff's office received a t tip. kellie cowan is live in new port richey this morning. monitoring all of the latest and has the update for us. kelly, what is going on for us now? >> reporter: hey, good morning to right now detectives are being very, very vague with the information. right now about all we know is that they are searching for a body on green key. and at this point, green key is still closed as you can see behind me. the barricade is up, keeping us off of the beach, as well as any other beachgoers as they continue this search. now today, their search revealed nothing although they say the cadaver dogs did indicate a couple different
prompted them to close down the park completely. now pasco county sheriffs tell me they are working with a tip about a body being buried on green key. you are looking at video captured by skyfox and our fox 13 crew yesterday before things were closed off to our cr crews.and to the public as w well. and detectives are also working closely with usf forensic anthropologist on this search and tell us that the investigatio continue through the remainder of the weekend. so everyone should expect the park to remain closed through the weekend as the search continues. now deputies tell me that the search will begin again at 9:00 this morning and of course we are here live all morning to bring you the latest as soon as we have it. for now we are live near new port richey, kellie cowan, fox 13 news. >> sorboni: all right, kellie, we will check back in with you. thank you so much.
into the water after a massive usage spill in town and cou country. a hillsborough county utilities contractor was installing a bypass when the pike broke. it happened on dane wood court. the raw usage spilled for three hours before it was capped. more than 200,000 gallons. not to fish, wa de in rocky creek or that area where the creek flows into the bay for the next cup of days. by the way, the tap water was not affected. >> a pinellas county deputy and using excessive force. it comes from this video of wayne wagner grabbing a woman and wrestling her to the ground and her head hit the concrete. the woman at some point faces felony charges. the case was frustrating but the video speaks for itself. the incident occurred march 25. deputy wagner recorded throwing paige taylor against a truck here. he later reported she shoved him and she was acting
taylor was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and was facing jail time and charges were dropped following an internal investigation. was n was fired. >> there is absolutely no room for a deputy sheriff to not tell the truth and not to own up to it and not accept responsibility if they do make a mistake. >> i am pleased to see miss taylor's name cleared as it should be. she has never been in trouble with the law before and this is something that she still holds concern. still gets nervous around law enforcement. this doesn't end for her today, but >> wagner had initially pulled the driver of the truck over for having a suspended license. the sheriff said it the unlikely that wagner will face charges and at this point, the case is still being reviewed. good news in the fight begins the zika virus. the world health organization says the virus is no longer a public health emergency, but they said it does not mean it is still not a threat. health officials say they now shift their focus on long-term programs. they are still trying to
develop a vaccine, and the long-term program will help further research. we still have to be careful here in florida. no doubt about that. more zika cases are still being reported, in fact the health department says nearly 1200 patients have tested positive for the virus in florida since the outbreak earlier this year. friday there were six new travel-related cases reported right here in the sunshine state and four new cases low camly acquired. most of them by the way are in the miami-dade county area where mosquitos are spreading the virus. birth defects. so pregnant women should still avoid travelling to the affected areas in miami. less than two weeks after being elected president, donald trump has settled his lawsuit involving trump university. trump has agreed to adds 25 million settlement. every victim in the case will get half their money back. some will get a full refund. trump will also pay $1 million to the state of new york for violating state education laws. his attorney says the
the lawsuit alleges that trump university failed to deliver the real estate investing that it promised its students. and vice president elect mike pence became the latest high-profile person to see the musical "hamilton" on broadway last night. before he left, the cast had a sharp message for pence. >> vice president pence, we welcome you and we truly thank you for joining us here at "ham ill continue to: an american musical,"we really do, we we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. our family, our children, our parents or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir. but we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us.
this american story told by a diverse group of men, women of different color, creeds. >> pence left the theatre been brandon dixon finished that speech but we are told that pence actually stood in the hallway outside the entrance to hear the entire message. it is beginning to look like christmas in downtown tampa. curtis hixon park transformed into a winter village. the first weend out. check it out. an outdoor ice rink, a holiday mavshingt and a waterfront c cafe. the village will remain open through christmas day. >> alcides: i love -- love, love, love that. always a big hit. >> sorboni: surreal that you can have outdoor skating. >> alcides: especially here in florida with 80 degrees coming up. the burkes against the bears. >> what they can expect when they take on the chiefs.
heating up as the push for the second round of the playoffs is on. kevin o'donnell is breaking down all of last night's big high schools games coming up in sports. 8:08, we are starting to gradually moderate after that chilly start to your saturday morning. if you thought this morning was cool, tomorrow morning, you are in for a treat. 64 degrees. a little hazy, light winds, clear skies. cold front entering our state and it is the strongest of the season. 25 in wichita. none of that here but 30s. 30s for some monday morning. mo up carrabba's new meatball magnifico. our gigantic meatball topped with parmesan cream sauce and stuffed with delicious melted mozzarella. ? dramatic italian aria ? it's the most dramatic meatball you've ever eaten. for a limited time only.
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dry leaves, dry conditions and gusting winds have fueled the flames. right now camp fires are being blamed along southeastern parts of appalachian trail. a $10,000 reward for information on who started a major wildfire in the western part of that state. we have a hit thanksgiving -- we haven't hit thanksgiving just yet but turning out to be a white winter for some people already. minnesota got their first snow of the season the view in alexandria. parts of western and northern minnesota could get up to s the weekend. it's how i like to see snow, on the tv screen, far, far away and festive for the holidays. look at those messy roads. nope, that is why we all live here, right, lindsay. >> that's for sure. it is november, and first snow in november, that's okay. it is the october snow. it is like, come on, never even got fall, right. waking up to snow this morning in spots, so while we talk about our cool air and chilly air coming in, it is all
effect snow that will be accumulating a bit across portions of western michigan this morning. so crazy stuff. we have the snow. this low attached to a cold front that will be whipping through our area tonight. we are bone dry. if you slept in and missed the sunrise. it is mainly clear. the view from st. armand's circle they sent this picture from twitter and the sky is clear right now. 61 in bayshore. a little bit of haze. fog and visibility issues. light solid waste. sirata, st. pete beach, crystal clear skies and light winds. today is your beach day and tomorrow, waves are up, winds are up, and temperatures are down. big changes coming our way. starting this morning, we are seasonably cool. 64 degrees in tampa. 65 in st. pete. started out the day the further north you live in the 40s, and
50 degrees in inverness. 54 in weeki watch chee. 63 in sarasota. 60 lakewood ranch. 69 in haynes at this and 62 in sebring. here comes our front getting closer. takes all day to arrive. ahead of it a couple of clouds. behind it much cooler air and ahead of it no rain. this could come through dry. we could use rain. not in the cards this week and really have not been in the cards this month. how about trough of low es 40 in memphis and 64 in tampa. cooler changes by our standards settling in, but after this afternoon. all about the warming temps. 77 at noon. we climb to 79 under mostly sunny skies. by lynchtime, depending on where you live, most of us are in the mid-70s. great day to get outside. a lot of people have grocery store plan, shopping plans today for thanksgiving. and 6:00 tonight, the sun is set and we are starting to pull
at this point. while you are sleeping, that is when the cool stuff moves in and not only will it be cooler tomorrow morning, but these low 40s north of the pay also will be combined with a north br breeze. 50 or so tomorrow morning in tampa. low 50s in pinellas county. and we only stay in the mid-60s for highs during the day su sunday. behind that, the coldest of the season. we get a light north wind. our coldest set-up. so monday morning, no mistake here. mid-30s river, maybe a little patchy frost for you. elsewhere, warmer jackets from lakeland to tampa and st. pete. 53 on monday. that's it. we get two real cold morning and moderate throughout the week. moderating to 79 today. that cold front this evening will pick the winds up. cooler and breezy overnight down 50 here in tampa. sun sets at 5:36. sunday, a delightful day and a cool breezy day. 67 for the high. the coolest afternoon by far of the season. and small-craft advisories
tonight. so i just want to point that out on our marine forecast. a light to moderate chop until tonight. seven-day forecast show we get through monday morning and then it is smooth sailing. back to near 80 for thanksgiving with sunshine. another dry week though. good morning. the second round of the high school football playoffs. tampa bay with stwil a bunch of hunts on ring. total of 21 teams started the night looking to keep the dreams alive. catholic hosting berkeley prep. in 3 a action. crusaders won it 21-10. famous face in the crowd, dirk cutter. his son is the quarterback for the other bucks. the berkeley prep bucs. tampa catholic austin sessum, great catch by cory leopard and the drive would stall. and berkeley prep takes over
great grab by jacob hines. that play sets up this. 55-yard run by the bucs gordon steson. he is gone. 7-0 berkeley prep. out of the second quarter, stetton from inside the 5. 14-0 bucs. they go on to beat tampa catholic 42-6. berkeley prep faces jacksonville trinity christian next week in the state semifinals. a rematch in the jefferson jesuit going after it. hillsborough county's all-time leading rusher malik davis breaking loose for 33-yard tying score. then in the second, facing 4th and 2. danny boone finds a crack. and he is into the end zone. jesuit 14-7 at halftime. after jesuit stuffs jefferson at 4th and 10 it shall forth down and one at the 10. the tigers take over malik
going 9 1 for the touchdown. jesuit moves on 42-21. they host amokly next friday. in class 7 a, rematch between lakeland and plant. the dread not knock out the panthers. this time game is on plant's turf. two players score in the first half. panthers on the move in the third, dane franzton back-up quarterback kyle trina across the middle to the one-yard li. goal. 3-0. lakeland goes up 4-11 late in this game. franzen finding a wide-open player. 18-14. how how about this for a response. aj davis on the kick return, and he 'got some room. goes 99 yards for the go-ahead score. there are flags on the field but lakeland still gets the touchdown. 21-18.
punt. sets him up on the 2-yard line and that's how he win it. franzen winning score, 30 seconds left and they twin 25-21. bucs won't have offensive lineman back as they had hoped. still haven't cleared concussion protocol. pan field is out along with smith and rogers, hauly, shepherd and stockard did practice all week and good to go against the chiefs on sunday. tight end quickly turned into one of the best tight end targets in the league. signed a free agent contract in 2015 and this year he has broken out. tied for the league lead with 5 touchdowns. three have come in the last three games. his 35 receptions 250eu him with adam humphreys for the second most on the team. >> the core thing, hard work pays off. i keep going back to that because cam pre is the epitome of that.
working hard. after practice he is trying to get some balls. if you work that hard, you k know, only -- only something good can happen. >> reporter: and that's a look at sports. have yourself a great day. all right, we have told but people having you a sorts of therapy animals whether pigs, goats and even snakes. >> okay, how about this. coming up, we are introducing you to turkey that won't be on a family's table this thanksgiving. >> alcides: probably a good thing. a thanksgiving play ends with a parents extremely upset. why that teacher took the microphone i'm a coupon guy... i signed up for the publix digital ones... i clip the paper ones... in fact if there was a third kind, i'd probably love those too. that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you?
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but one of the school's tea teachers took the mic away before he had a chance tosp speak. my son is a little different, i know this, but his heart is so big and he loves everyone. what does it matter if he wanted to say gobble, gobble. he was the turkey after all. she add that her son has high functions autism that doesn't get in the way of him being a happy little boy. >> after that incident, the county superintendent called the teacher's actions a mistake but said she was not acting in malice. >> if with he had to do it all agree would have done it a little differently. i will speak to the teacher tomorrow. i have spoken to the principal today, but i will talk to the principal tomorrow too. and we will sit down and kind of go over some of the things that we saw, and that ways we can remedy that and always be cognizant that we are sending a message to our children and parents and community that these children are very, very important. autistic students, any type of
embrace all of them and give them the quality education they deserve. >> all right, but this story does have a happy ending. after the incident, caleb's mom posted a message to facebook where he got to say what he wanted to say at the end of the play. >> gobble, gobble, gobble! >> alcides: good for him. >> sorboni: a lot more people saw that too. therapy animals, therapy pigs, therapy goats, and about one in the spirit of the season now. residents at a nursing and rehab center got their thanksgiving turkey in a different way this week. meet priscilla, a 30-pound therapy turkey. her owner found priscilla at a roadside sale. always intended to be a pet, never a dinner. when her owner saw how calm she was around people that priscilla had a higher calling to be a therapy bird. >> she is so tame, i thought she would make a good therapy animal because she is so tame and friendly and calm.
never that close and not a live one, you know. >> sorboni: one of those turkeys that last six months old but priscilla will -- about ten years. >> alcides: you didn't hear what he said. you can join the dinner table. not to say to eat him, but just to join -- kind of awkward tampa a little awkward, just saying, maybe they are not eating turkey. thanksgivng is on ourr m minds, fall is on our minds, right. waking up cool and comfortable. warming up midweek but cooling down starting tonight. so this morning, 64. a little hazy here in tampa. a cold front. the strongest of the season has entered our state. we will time out what it means for the second half of the
from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." linkedin hope you are having a great saturday at 8:30, tick-tock tick-tock counting down until the strongest cold front of our season is moving our way. moving through our state and clear and cool and nothing compared to tomorrow and especially monday. clear skies and the northeast wind. boating is your day. tonight, questionable. tomorrow, doubtful you will be out there as the winds will be whipping. a little hazy in riverview but 59 degrees. abundant sunshine to be had and helped us to rebound and make it out of the 40s the further north you live.
crystal river. you are now at 54. 60 in wesley chapel. 59 in brandon. 69 in bradenton and st. pete. notice that sliver of blue has not entered the state. the cold front has. pensacola wins. and as the winds pick up out of northwest happening this our area. light northeast winds, gusty northwest winds tonight. gusty northerly wind really all day tomorrow will keep temperatures in the 60s for highs. 79 today no rain once the sun sets. 67 on sunday though and waking up at about 50 degrees. so take the number you saw this morning and subtract 5 to 10 degrees. waking up tomorrow morning at 42 in brooksville. 48 in bartow. and 51 in sarasota, brr. >> alcides: thank you, lin lindsay. sarasota police have arrested a man for sexual battery on a teenaged girl and could be more victims.
sexual battery. according to police, the victim worked for him at a restaurant called encant to o. he told her he was a massage therapist before inappr inappropriately touching her. tampa police made an arrest after a toddler was shot. 17-year-old javaris london open fired on the girl's father as he ran into the apartment complex on robles park village. 15 shots were fired and one of them hate 21-month-old in the leg and she is expected to be okay. man in n connection with that shooting. an update on a bizarre story in tampa. javon jamison and another man broke into farmer's market on fletcher avenue earlier this morning. they broke the glass door to get in and it was all caught on video. jamison was wearing a tutu at the time. he is now charged with bur burglary, criminal mischief and petty theft. a man shoots and kills a deputy u.s. marshal in southeast georgia.
murdering other police off officers. carter was wanted in south carolina on multiple charges and a team of u.s. marshals had tracked him to a mobile home yesterday. as he were entering that home patrick caruthers were shot twice. officers returned fire and shot carter multiple times. both men later died at the hospital. the 53-year-old was the deputy commander of the agency's southeast task force, and he is survived by his wife and five children. hundreds of workers at chicago o'hare international airport are pnn holiday. here is what we know. the workers include everyone from janitors to wheelchair attendant, those that are not unionized. they want to get paid $15 an hour. right now, some of them make minimum wage which is about $8.25 in illinois. officials say they are committed to an ongoing dialogue. they don't expect the strike to impact flights. unionized federal employees handle more critical operations. either way, this is happening on one of the busiest times of
airports in the country. a new bill is gaining political traction in texas that says feminine hygiene products should be exempt. sale prices are part of exemption with state your names like groceries and medication. hb 219 in texas which if it becomes law will add feminine hygiene products to the sales tax exemption. thinking diapers for children and adults should be >> i would hope common sense for just about everybody on the house floor as well as the senate to recognize that feminine hygiene products are a medical necessity and we should not be taxing those. >> sorboni: howard says state lawmakers could make up for it by weeding out inefficient programs in the state budget and redirecting revenue str streams. four bills have been for the upcoming session. looking like christmas in california and the streets are filled with white and not snow, it is actually foam.
clara, california yesterday. a malfunctioning fire alarm at a new hangar at the san jose airport flooded a nearby street billowing amounts of foam. this pretty much happened after the fire system there was tested. it was deeper than five feet in some areas. streets were shut down because of all that foam. one man even had to brave through it. >> it just felt like soap. yeah, just felt like soap. kind of smells like it too. >> reporter: how yeah, literally nothing. in the middle probably like 10 feet tall. yeah. i tried to stand up in the middle to see where i was go going. >> alcides: not a good idea. it took cleanup crews eight hours to clean up the foamy mess. >> sorboni: party in the streets. you got to wonder about the chemicals on him. how about this very unusual patient underwent a c.a.t. scan in florida. this is casper. a 13-foot long lucistic alligator.
and losing weight and called in a mobile cat unit to scan the more than 250-pound gator. big guy on thursday. 19-year-old casper has a history of melanoma. he had a mass removed from his back 18 months ago, when officials noticed his odd behavior they definitely wanted to take action. >> and so we would like to scan the whole body and that will defend on -- depend on -- if the machine can handle the girth of casper. won't weight loss, he is a big boy. >> reporter: a tech did notice a small area on the skin that looked out of place but it has to be reviewed with a radiologist who has experience with alligator for the final results on how that guy is doing. thanksgiving is just five days away, families need help putting food on their tables. >> sorboni: we will tell you what metropolitan ministries are most in need of this year. and while lots of you are now, you know, trying to get
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turkey. >> we have a little bird. >> sorboni: i use the electric knife. anybody but me because i am terrible at this. let's get started. when you have this beautiful turkey. what is the first step >> the first step you want to understand where is everything located. he the turkey breast. we have the leg, and then we have the thigh underneath. breast. leg, and thigh. so you want to make sure that you actually carve in a way, for example, the breastbone is in here. so you want to put your knife th >> sorboni: starting right in the middle. >> in the middle. the right side of the breastbone and then if you actually look at it, he is going to curve into the front so you just carve to the front. i am going to go here in an angle for tv. >> sorboni: that looks dangerous but okay. >> on this side, you carve the whole entire curbingy this way and basically making like a little triangle, a little v. >> sorboni: that will be a nice -- a simple piece in a sense because you are not
>> correct. you take the first meat out basically for people to -- to just get the -- i am going to pull it out right here. >> reporter: here it is coming. so i think -- you know, a lot of people to, they like -- might try do it quick and it looks like you are taking your time to make it look beautiful. your beautiful apple and going to be cutting it -- is there a way where cutting it thinner if you were pulling off the big pieces of meat, will that impact the flavor at all or does it really >> the skin is what i actually pay attention to. i like a little half-inch-thick slices. some people like it thinner and electric i-95 perfect for this right now if you want to use it, but just for tv purposes, all we are doing is plate it up. >> sorboni: don't teach me too well because i don't want this to get added to my thanksgiving duties. i like to say i don't know what i am doing. as far as getting the legs and
you are cutting that first. >> you get that out. >> sorboni: any quick tricks. can you just pull. i am just impatient. i will just pull. >> basically i was taught by a french guy. if you can pull the leg that means your turkey is completely done. >> sorboni: a good tester. what do you know. >> you what i am doing here it is perfectly done. >> sorboni: the last bit. >> cut through the cartilage sorboni sore the serve up. >> in a u shape carve your thigh. >> sorboni: turn it so people can see a nice clean piece off the top and off the side and from there -- >> a u shape, you have the thigh meat and put it there. >> sorboni: okay. you make look easy. looks delicious and what kind of pie are we going to be talking about later. >> coming up in the next segment, apple pie. we are eating apple pie? >> no fuss apple pie.
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teenaged girl. melissa and chris peters is charged with several counts of aggravated child abuse. polk county deputies found a 17-year-old hiding had in the woods. she was 20 pounds underweight, losing her hair and multiple injuries. she told deputies she was b beaten with a metal pipe, stabbed with a pocket knife, whipped and kicked over the last couple of months. a cruise ship parked in the port of tampa cleaning with more than 100 people on board got sick. the norovirus is to blame for what happened on the cruise ship. left for italy and returned to the port of tampa yesterday. holland america is sanitizing that cruise ship before it can be ready to set sail again. thanksgiving, we all know it, it is five days away and a lot of the shelves on metropolitan ministries are empty. we need to step up folks. as of today they need beans,
rice and mac and cheese and pasta. you can drop off your donation. you don't have to get out of your car. it is located on north governor street in downtown tampa. take a quick little detour after a stop at the grocery store. >> lindsay: exactly in the car. just go. they need the donations. >> alcides: 64 degrees, lindsay. a good start. > lindsay: if you wake up tomorrow and much cooler. the cool front. strongest of the season. not our viewing area. another warm day before the winter chill arrives. as we look west in tampa. great visibility. 64 degrees. started off a little hazy for some, but our moisture values, they are low enough that it wasn't a big issue. light wind this morning and gusty winds by tomorrow morning too. so change is coming over the next 24 hours. 63 as we look toward tampa through sunshine.
st. pete. temperatures thawing mid-60s in sebring and low 50s in brooksville after a start in the 40s. it is really comme outside. dew points in the 50s and low 60s the further south you live. but drier if not bone-dry air mass settling in. behind this cold front. ahead of it you don't see a drop of rain. this front has a weekend in the sense that we don't have the moisture to work with. we won't see rain today or this week. pretty dry for us and that is no we would like to see some rain, maybe this not good news for your family and my mom texted me in chicago. are you serious. flurries coming in on the back side of this low. a potent line of showers rolling through western pa this morning. strong high pressure moving in behind this cold front as it settles in. you will notice the changeable air mass and a cold air mass. 29 in minneapolis. 40 in little rock. now 44 in birmingham, this shade of blue headed our way.
beautiful weather for the forecast. gator taking on lsu in baton rouge, 64. sunshine and fall opinion like, showers into our seminole. taking on syracuse. 3:30, showers i showed you pushing into upstate new york. and in dahl, chilly 7:00 kickoff. 50 degrees. tumbling into the 40s second half of the game. we tumble into the 60s for h highs on sunday. 67 is one thing, but when it is a windy day, jackets and floridians. we are at 79 today. as we look ahead to wednesday on thanksgiving, above-average temperatures do hang on. tonight, below average temperatures. these numbers are the coolest of the season. 42 brooksville, 50 in tampa. our average is 60. and even st. pete and sarasota, below that average mark as well. so timing out the front on futurecast, cool start, warm finish. a ribbon of clouds once the sun sets.
weather looks good. breezy after the launch. watch the wind veering north and getting bigger. breezy and cooler for sunday. ton of sun sunday through tuesday as we start a big warming trend after monday morning the coolest of the w week. 79. the cold front sneaking in tonight. we want to you get your boating plans today. 50 for the overnight low. 40s north. small-craft advisories do start this evening as our waves will be about 5 feet tomorrow. down to 46, monday. that includes mid-30s get ready for it and a distant memory as we are near 80 wednesday, thursday and friday. and we have some first bir birthdays this morning. always a lot of them to share with you. some special birthdays starting out with zella, happy birthday! loves to play with her sib siblings, run around. playing outside. she will do all of that on a beautiful day. jenae who is turning 1 today. a daddy's girl who loves playing with her brother and cousins.
one extra special first birthday. sorboni's little boy turned 1 yesterday. >> sorboni: my little guy. >> lindsay: look at him, how many teeth does he have. >> i think he has four on the bottom and two on the top. all you see are those two little goofy ones. happy birthday, chase. are you watching? he watches every morning. he is eating his eggs and banana watching "good day." >> alcides what a cutie. >> lindsay: party tomorrow. >> sorboni: celebrating tomorrow. he turned 1 yesterday and we wished him i love dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers.
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stuff -- >> lindsay: you don't want that in there. >> that is inside of your thanksgiving dishes. important to rescue your food scraps. we call them kitchen scraps. so everything that would come out of the kitchen part of your -- your food respiratory. here we have some celery stalks that weren't that good. an old banana. the bottom of kaing badges, top of an onion. eggshells are okay. coffee grounds are also okay. coffee grounds and coffee filter see right here. >> reporter: set this stuff aside in the prep and after the holiday, we have this whole contraption here that will help out the garden. >> we talked last year about backyard composting, and -- in the ground. this is a little bit different and we have worm composting or verma composting. >> lindsay: v erma composting. >> that's right.
like this and they are stacked inside of each other. what you can't see on the bottom of these bins. down here we drilled holes all the way around and you can probably see right here that we drilled holes around the side. that's because the worms need air to breathe just like we do. okay. so they need plenty of air. >> lindsay: you need the worms ahead of time. >> these right here, european red wiglers. yep. you want to hold one? here, you can hold that one right there. and you can see it is wiggling around. >> lindsay: sure is. >> they have a very strong appetite and they will eat the garbage and you give them sh shredded paper. talk about taking care of mail fraud. we shred our mail and put it in here and let the worms eat it. >> lindsay: there you go. >> use the paper as a bedding and keeps it from stinking, and the worms from the ability to eat three times their body weight every day. >> lindsay: three times their body weight. >> three times their body
>> lindsay: you have the sc scraps, the composting does its thing and on the bottom -- do you double duty >> the worms consume everything and they break it on down into this nice worm dirt right here which can eventually dry out and use as a fertilizer and what we like to do with it is we like to run water through the whole system and we get a nice brown water that drips out of the bottom and use it as a fertilizer >> lindsay: genius. hope you have a good thanksgiving. i can't believe you made me
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